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Stayed here during August and was allocated a lovely room. Very comfortable and clean.
Went in for breakfast and was greeted by a Very Pleasant Gentleman who explained everything and showned us to our table. Shame his appearance was an open shirt and what seemed...More
Just returned from a 6 day coach holiday staying at this hotel, & am very suprised at the earlier negative review - I am even wondering if it was genuine. First, the food was excellent, with special orders and every possible request being enthusiatically attended...More
Just spent a week at cliffdene hotel food was disgusting.More
5 Thank andycad
Response from NewquayManager, Manager at Cliffdene HotelResponded August 16, 2011
i feel this review is unjust and has not given any reason for the comments, could it be the guest alone did not like the selection of the food.
have not received any other complaints during this time.
plus feel that the reviews on rooms,...More
Just had a five day, four night holiday at this hotel. Great location with just a steady five minute walk to the town centre and straight across the road from a stepped/sloped access onto a beautiful beach. We didn't try the climb back that way...More
Response from Sunshine123_13 | Reviewed this property |
You get what you pay for. Although part of a group my husband and I had a lovely room with a balcony overlooking the sea. No it isn't the Hilton but you are not paying Hilton prices. It was clean and we had entertainment on... More
You get what you pay for. Although part of a group my husband and I had a lovely room with a balcony overlooking the sea. No it isn't the Hilton but you are not paying Hilton prices. It was clean and we had entertainment on two evenings. We were there Monday to Friday. I think the hotel is typical of Cornwall as the big hotel chains are not there and as Cornwall is so popular they don't have to up their game against the big boys. Yes there were no toiletries but again that is typical in Cornwall. The restaurant staff worked their socks off.